Campus Map and Directions
Parking: Free, but Limited. Stay Cool. Plan Ahead.
Parking is free — but limited — at Edmonds Community College. Allow time to find a parking space and consider using the less often used lots listed below. Students may park in any lot except those marked for staff (lots A, K, and P) or visitors and carpool spaces (in lot L).
Student Parking Permits
Parking permit stickers are required on student vehicles.
To get your parking permit sticker, present your valid EdPass card, proof of tuition payment to:
- Campus Safety and Security Office, Woodway Hall 218,
- Enrollment Services, Lynnwood Hall first floor, or
- Cashier's Office, Lynnwood Hall first floor.
Display the parking permit sticker in the driver's side front window, lower left corner.
In the case of facility rentals, fees may apply for parking lot use.
Parking citations are issued for parking and vehicle violations. Parking enforcement hours: 6:30 a.m.-2 p.m., weekdays. Parking remains free and there is no cost for the parking permit stickers.
Get a parking citation? Here are your options.
Read more about the parking and traffic policies and regulations.
Smart Alternatives to Circling the Lots
Twenty-nine carpool spaces in Lot L are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Apply for a permit at Security in Woodway Hall 214. Download carpool registration form.
Parking Sweet Spots
These are the less popular college parking lots where you are more likely to find a space quickly.
- ice arena parking across 68th Ave. W and parking at nearby Gateway and Monroe Halls
- north campus parking by the Maltby and Clearview Buildings
Ride the Bus
To ride Community Transit's buses, you now need an ORCA card. You can add ORCA bus pass benefits to your EdPass (college I.D.). It costs $10 (a one-time fee for the new EdPass/ORCA card) and $26 for the quarterly bus pass.
Visit www.rideshareonline.com for more ways to ease your commute.
Bike to the College
Bike lockers are available — $15 per quarter, first-come, first served. To get a locker, go to the Cashier's Office in Lynnwood Hall. Then, bring your receipt to Security in Woodway Hall 214 to have your EdPass encoded with door lock access.